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Another study in presented data that supports the separation of L. How this inverted position of the androecium and gynoecium evolved is unknown, but some studies have posed hypotheses. It is also possible that chromosomal repatterning, also known as chromosomal rearrangement, was the origin of this species.
The closely related species Triuris brevistylis was discovered to be mostly dioecious but a few individuals were located that had bisexual flowers with the flower arrangement inverted, just like that of the normal L. This discovery led the authors of the study to conclude that the inverted floral morphology evolved before L.
This hypothesis is supported by the geographic distribution where L. Ovule and seed development of Lacandonia schismatica Lacandoniaceae. American Journal of Botany, 85 3 : Pollen development and fertilization in Lacandonia schismatica Lacandoniaceae.
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden , 80 4 : The chromosome number of Lacandonia schismatica Lacandoniaceae. Systematic Botany, 15 4 : Comparative developmental series of the Mexican triurids support a euanthial interpretation for the unusual reproductive axes of Lacandonia schismatica Triuridaceae.
American Journal of Botany, 93 1 : Lack of genetic variation in Lacandonia schismatica in its only known locality. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 80 4 : Flora Mesoamericana 6: Lacandoniaceae Triuridales : Una neuva familia de Mexico.
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 76 1 : Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 4 : CS1 maint: uses authors parameter link.
Conjunto de rarezas en una sola flor: Lacandonia schismática, endémica de México